Giulio is a Supervisory Financial Economist at the Securities and Exchange Commission. His work involves developing analytical tools that are utilized across the Commission (i) to identify risks or securities law violations (ii) and to assist the Commission in efficiently allocating resources by prioritizing inspections on registrants with higher risk of deficiencies, manipulation and fraud. While at the SEC, Giulio has focused on developing a model currently used by the Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations as part of their Broker-Dealers exam candidate selection process. Recently, Giulio worked on risk assessment initiatives in the Investment Companies space and started supporting the SEC’s Division of Enforcement in detection of insider trading in derivatives markets. Giulio holds a Ph.D. in Economics; he has published articles in peer-reviewed journals and was recently awarded the Graham-Dodd Award of excellence in research and financial writing for best paper in the Financial Analyst Journal in 2016.